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Deploy to Test

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How do you deploy your code changes to test from development? Give us the process and an example.

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I could do this using SSDT to push the DB changes from Dev to (Test, Prod, etc.). I don't know if that's what you want or not, though. I've done other processes as well, but so far SSDT works well for us. We also use Jenkins to handle most of the changes, but I'd need to get a little more info on the internals. I've mostly used either batch files or just a manual push/generate script from SSDT to do the changes otherwise. I don't know exactly what you're thinking for this article. If you could clarify a bit more, I might be able to do this as well.
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I'd be interested in your process. I'm looking for a piece, probably more than one, that talk about deployment. If you use SSDT and Jenkins, it would be nice to have an overview of how you do this and then walk the reader through how a particular change gets to production.

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Hi Steve,

Are you considering Schema changes? Data Changes/Fixes? Stored procedures? Any particular focus, or any/all of the above?

Thanks,
Jason
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Hi,

I am using SSDT to manage projects for which I am deploying different versions for each customer, based on the same main code.
I have solutions for the following issues:
- Versioning, deploying is only allowed to a database with a higher or equal version.
- Version drift is monitored
- Can deploy s versionusing SSDT or generate deploy scripts
- Can deploy database changes as well as static data.
All in all, it is still being developed. with every deploy I am improving my scheme.ž

To write an article, or better a series of articles, I will need some time.
When you are interested I will consider it.

Regards,
Herman
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Jason Bunn (5/3/2014)
Hi Steve,

Are you considering Schema changes? Data Changes/Fixes? Stored procedures? Any particular focus, or any/all of the above?

Thanks,
Jason


Any. This isn't supposed be be comprehensive or a tomb of how to do it, but some ideas on how people actually do this. What techniques work for you? I'm trying to get a collection of pieces that can help someone figure out how to perform more reliable deployments.

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Herman van Midden (5/4/2014)
Hi,

I am using SSDT to manage projects for which I am deploying different versions for each customer, based on the same main code.
I have solutions for the following issues:
- Versioning, deploying is only allowed to a database with a higher or equal version.
- Version drift is monitored
- Can deploy s versionusing SSDT or generate deploy scripts
- Can deploy database changes as well as static data.
All in all, it is still being developed. with every deploy I am improving my scheme.ž

To write an article, or better a series of articles, I will need some time.
When you are interested I will consider it.

Regards,
Herman


I'd be interested if you are. I might ask that you focus on how you do one part of this. Maybe shart with how you determine what is deployed? Then maybe a piece on how to watch drift and check versions?

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